Hammond Hill State Forest Topo Map

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Hammond Hill was established as a state forest between 1935 and 1950 in an effort to reduce soil erosion, produce forest products, and provide recreational opportunities. Once depleted farmland, it was planted with thousands of pine, spruce, larch, maple, ash, cherry, and oak seedlings. Today it is heavily forested. Sitting above 1,800 feet in elevation, the network of trails are well suited for winter fun. And, it’s a busy place all winter long—heavily used by Cayuga Nordic Ski Club, Cornell Nordic Ski Team, and many others. Terrain: Hilly.
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Dryden, New York

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